Completed in 1904 and used through WWII, Fort Seward was one of twelve gold rush era military posts in Alaska.
Watch as bald eagles flock to the Chilkat Valley, the largest congregation of bald eagles in the US; held every November.
With many lakes, rivers, and streams, Haines is an excellent place to fly fish.
Moderate to difficult day hikes with stunning views of Haines and the surrounding mountain regions.
With 7,000 feet of vertical relief and heavenly powder, Haines is easily considered one of the best places in North America for helicopter skiing.
An 8-leg road bike relay from Haines Junction to Haines, this race attracts competitors from all over the world; held every June.
The Golden Circle is a 367-mile circular route beginning in Haines, riding through Kluane National Park to Haines Junction, and ending in Skagway.
An award-winning micro-distillery that handcrafts fine whiskey, bourbon, gin, vodka, and absinthe (yes absinthe!)